With three events taking place in Wales and the South West in the next month, we take a closer look at what happens during our open days and why people should come along.
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IVF more popular, successful and safer than ever but reasons for treatment are changing
The HFEA report the latest trends and figures in fertility treatment.
The rise of the modern family: record numbers of gay couples and single women opt for IVF
Research into the experience of surrogacy families
Many reports of surrogacy document negative stories of failed arrangements, but in reality very few surrogacy arrangements end in tears. Many couples successfully have a child through surrogacy. Vasanti Jadva and colleagues from the University of Cambridge Centre for Family Research have been following these families to find out what happens to all concerned.
Alison and her husband had treatment at the Bridge Centre - now LWC London Bridge - in 2005 using a surrogate (her sister-in-law) and donor eggs. Her twins Annie and Jake are now 11.
Tom Daley and husband Dustin Black welcome birth of baby son Robert
Tom Daley and his husband announce the birth of their baby son born on 27th June following surrogacy treatment.